Tullow Oil are headquartered in London, England and employ over 900 people worldwide. The company have interests in 90 licences in 22 countries, are a constituent of FTSE 100 index with shares quoted on the London and Irish Stock Exchanges.
Tullow Oil's operations are global and span Africa, Europe, South Asia and South America. In recent years, in particular, activities and investment have been focused on major projects in Ghana and Uganda, which together with an exciting exploration portfolio across Africa, establishes Tullow as Africa's leading independent oil company.
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Oil price WTI expires today and is weaker into the bargain, currency apart there are no reasons to think that the next month will be any better. Yesterdays rebound in the greenback was about the only support for the oil price, even the falling rig count hasn't pressaged any fall in production-yet..... Friday, March 20, 2015
Tullow Oil plc (Tullow) is pleased to announce the following update on its financing and banking arrangements. Tullow and its lending banks have: completed the six-monthly Reserve Based Lend (RBL) redetermination process; the quality of our asset portfolio supported a US$200 million increase in lend... Friday, March 20, 2015
Tullow Oil plc provides an update on exploration and appraisal activities in onshore Kenya Block 10BB, 13T and Block 10BA. Engomo-1 exploration well The Engomo-1 exploration well in Block 10BA was drilled to a total depth of 2,353 metres utilising the SMP-106 rig. The well encountered interbedded ... Wednesday, March 11, 2015
Oil price Very quick blog this morning as I am off to see several companies today, particularly its the Falklands Capital markets Day which I will be reporting on tomorrow. Brent took a bath yesterday as Libya announced that production had picked up sharply and it was now exporting over 400/- b/d,... Wednesday, March 4, 2015
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Tullow Oil plc announces that it has been advised by the Government of Ghana that the Government of Côte d'Ivoire has applied for provisional measures to be ordered in Ghana's maritime boundary dispute with Côte d'Ivoire which is in arbitration before a Special Chamber of the Internation... Monday, March 2, 2015